Welcome to the Fenix Gallery
. Significant Contemporary and Historic Taos Art
in Taos, New Mexico.
Housed in an historic (circa 1790) Taos adobe, the Trujillo residence and livery, the Fenix Gallery represents contemporary Taos artists
with national and international acclaim. Despite the pressures of commercialized art markets, these artists work to present some of the most advanced aesthetics in the world today.
Founded in 1989 by Judith Kendall, the Fenix Gallery strives to present the best in contemporary modern Taos artists following in the tradition of Galeria Escondida which inhabited the same space from 1947 to 1963. Galeria Escondida was the first gallery in Taos to exhibit the Moderns. Eulalia Emertez promoted work by the Taos Moderns: Andrew Dasburg, Howard Cook, John Ward Lockwood, and Cady Wells amongst others. Later Louis Ribak, Bea Mandelman and Earl Stroh were part of her stable. Mandelman, Ribak and Stroh along with Lee Millican are still represented at the Fenix.
Celebrating culture, preserving our past, and nurturing the soul, it is my privilege to present this fine art.
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